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This is worth driving through. The colours of the sands, rocks and soils are beautiful. The vastness and how people traveled the area in the early days is fascinating to learn. Also it is part of Route 66
This is a convenient stop if you care to walk exposed to whatever the weather is. The trail is paved, just slightly hard to find where it begins. There are bathrooms here and an enormous gift shop. This would be good to get out and...More
We were told about this out of the way hidden treasure and had to go and see for ourselves. It is located by getting off Route 40 onto Route Az 87 and traveling past Homolovi State Park and continuing on this road for about 15-16...More
If you're visiting Winslow and stop out at Homolovi State Park then you need to drive the additional 13 miles north to see this little place. Drive north on highway 87 13 miles past Homolovi to mile marker 360. On the left, you will see...More
As a photographer, I find this hidden gem to be of more scenic beauty than the "actual" painted desert to the east at Petrified Forest National Park, and particularly it's a great spot to catch a sunset as the badlands, cliffs and hoodoos light up...More
What a beautiful, colorful view! The best part? We were the only people there! There is nothing better than being able to see something this beautiful and hear nothing but the wind. It appears this was once a popular attraction (maybe in the route 66...More
This spot offered some amazing views of a small painted desert but the place is not kept up at all - it’s hard to find and practically abandoned. Despite this the views are stunning. I don’t know why they don’t maintain it but it’s sad...More
When I saw this location at age twelve I remembered it to be more colorful from what I observed 54 years later. It was still pretty, but much paler than before. Don’t ask me why because I really have no answer. Maybe my vision was...More
Response from whitejewelrdh | Reviewed this property |
There are no gates/fencing in this area. I'm sure you could attempt to walk down but not sure how safe it would be. I wouldn't recommend. We just walked along the perimeter because we were traveling with a 18 month old. This... More
There are no gates/fencing in this area. I'm sure you could attempt to walk down but not sure how safe it would be. I wouldn't recommend. We just walked along the perimeter because we were traveling with a 18 month old. This "outlook" looks down into the little painted desert. As well I'm not sure if the mountains/hills are sand or harden clay.